Ravens - Coach & Key Players John Harbaugh – Head Coach Super Bowl-winning head coach John Harbaugh enters his tenth season at the helm in Baltimore. He has led the Ravens to a playoff berth in six (2008-2012 and 2014) of his nine full seasons, and in 2012, captured the franchise’s second Super Bowl championship. Under Harbaugh’s guidance, the Ravens have secured an appearance in three AFC Championship games (2008, 2011 & 2012). Baltimore is one of only seven teams with at least six playoff berths in the past nine seasons: G.B. (8), N.E. (8), Balt. (6), Cin. (6), Ind. (6), Pitt. (6) and Sea. (6). In 2016, Baltimore finished second in the AFC North with an 8-8 record. In their most recent playoff year of 2014, the Ravens posted a 10-6 record en route to capturing a 30-17 victory at Pittsburgh in the Wild Card round. In 2012 the Ravens seized the franchise’s second Super Bowl championship. Baltimore topped the Colts in the Wild Card
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round and followed that by earning a Divisional Round victory over topseeded Denver before advancing to Super Bowl XLVII with a win in the AFC Championship Game at New England. In the Super Bowl in New Orleans, the Ravens bested the San Francisco 49ers by a final of 34-31. In his initial season with the team (2008), Harbaugh led Baltimore to an 11-5 record and a berth in the AFC Championship Game. Baltimore set an NFL record that season for most total wins (13) by a team with both a rookie head coach and a rookie starting quarterback (Joe Flacco). Harbaugh spent his first 10 NFL seasons (1998-2007) with the Philadelphia Eagles. He was the team’s secondary coach in 2007, after nine seasons as its special teams coordinator. His coaching peers voted him the 2001 NFL’s Special Teams Coach of the Year. Career record: 95-64.